Tasty television: Must watch food TV shows for Spring


Ready for some tasty television? Check out these must watch food TV shows for Spring; just don’t watch hungry.

Must watch food TV shows make for some tasty television. As winter starts to fade, people start craving something new. From holidays like St. Patrick’s Day and Easter to the first harvest from the garden, Spring is a bountiful time for food and foodies. Luckily, food TV is bountiful, too.

Here are FoodSided’s must watch food TV for Spring.

Spring Baking Championship

The favorite Food Network baking show returns with a new host. Clinton Kelly joins the returning panel of judges. From colorful cakes to innovative flavor combinations, this season could inspire viewers to get into the kitchen and start baking.

Top Chef Finale

Having left Kentucky behind, which chef will be crowned Top Chef? With four chefs remaining in the competition, a woman could be this season’s winner. More importantly, the finale location, Macau, entices foodies to find some exotic inspiration in their own kitchen.

Hosts Buddy Valastro and Duff Goldman at the Food Network Studios during the Surprise Proposal challenge, as seen on Buddy vs Duff, Season 1. photo provided by Food Network

Buddy vs. Duff

Food Network has created the ultimate bakery showdown. Finally, there will be a definitive answer to the question, who is King of Cake? These two baking giants are putting their reputations and their bakery’s reputation on the line. Which team are you on?

MasterChef Jr.

With a toned down Gordon Ramsay, these junior chefs are looking to improve their cooking talents. Instead of watching this show in awe and amazement, consider this program as an inspiration to get into the kitchen. Sometimes kids are willing to experiment more. Maybe that sense of adventure could help with your next cooking day.

Family Food Showdown

This new Food Network show shows families who cook together. While the competition starts as a family affair, one team member will have to fight for the family’s reputation. Will this food competition turn into a family feud or a family celebration?

Chef’s Table

The foodie favorite Netflix show has returned again. From the exquisite photos to the moving stories, these episodes evoke an emotional response. While many people may not be able to recreate these dishes in their own kitchen, those restaurants can be added to your must visit list.

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What show is on your list of tasty television? Do you have must watch food TV shows for Spring?